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Autumn Light Color Versions - series 3 (5 pictures)

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Here are now somes samples of golden autumn colors. The trees have only started now turning into yellow. I wonder whether there will be really strong colors his year. I think one has to wait a bit more. Still, deep in the forest there is much green.

 

 

Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm

 

 

 

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Beautiful Autumn colours. We don't see such a seasonal change here in Sydney. Have to go somewhere colder so see the Autumn colours.

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Iduna, a lovely Autumn and beautifully captured...it's maybe the best time of the year! The light in the second image is just gorgeous.

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Mark,

thank you for your time for an autumn walk. These days before the first autumn storm will sweep away the leaves are very tranquil. At the moment sun is hiding behind mist and humidity. We hope for more light and sun to get a few more translucent colors now. If no change will come one has to concentrate on more morbid structures. The change of colors is a wonderful showdown. The winter season is often dull, cool and most of the time no snow - I could easily skip that season and would prefer other climate zones.

 

Dee,

thank you so much for your nice response. Under the photographic aspect it is a veery rich time, otherwise I prefer to leave out the winter season for its grey dull character here.

 

Steve,

nice to have your encouraging comment. Thank you.

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Gerry,

 

you are right. One has to go out whenever it is possible. It is getting dark now so early that after work it already too late. The weekends are meant to be reserves for this type of hunt. Thanks for stopping by.

 

Stuart,

thank you fór sharing a few moments and your nice response.

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